If you’re travelling to Canada, you might want to avoid the Toronto airport.
Some of the travel accessories that are out there aren’t doing people any favours. Here is a look at some of the worst offenders.
The Caribbean island (pronounced Anti-gah) is a haven for sun seekers, thanks to its hot climate, warm waters and hundreds of white sand beaches sprinkled across both Antigua and it’s little sister island of Barbuda.
A trip to Disneyland just got even pricier for families, with the park announcing it has raised ticket prices.
The Caribbean island of St. Martin (Sint. Maartan) is home to one of the world’s craziest airport runways, boasts fantastic beaches and is a mecca for bargain hunters.
Mexico is world famous for its fiestas, Latin flair and beaches, which is why millions of tourists flock to the country every single year. Cabo San Lucas is a popular pick, thanks to its beautiful resorts, golf courses and the famous Arch.
There are few places in the world that just have a ‘feeling’ about them, where as soon as you arrive you know you’re about to experience something special. This is what Kyoto is for many people, who flock there to see the breathtaking temples, centuries-old palaces and calming zen gardens.
It’s safe to say that most people end up in Singapore on a layover. The Garden City is a major travel hub in southeast Asia, meaning that anyone travelling in the region will likely end up in Changi Airport at some point, whether for a few hours or overnight. If you get this opportunity, embrace it!
Dominica’s beauty is more rugged than postcard-worthy, due to its black, rocky beaches. Despite not being a great place to work on your tan, the volcanic island is worth a stop thanks to its picturesque capital, marine life and waterfalls.
Poor Puerto Rico. Despite being blessed with white sand beaches, a huge national forest, tropical weather and a historic town centre, the majority of tourists only spend a day here. Why? Because it’s all about the cruise ships.